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This award recognizes distinguished achievement by an ALCTS member or members who make significant contributions to the association and to the profession but whose accomplishments do not fall within the criteria for ALCTS' other awards.
This fifth and final list in our week-long Treasure Aisles: 5 Lists for International #TalkLikeAPirate Day #wtworldcat feature provides a treasure trove of resources for how to talk, sail, eat and sing like a pirate.
In celebration of International Talk Like a Pirate Day on Friday, 19 September 2014, check out these atlases of treasure, ghost fleets, shipwrecks and sunken booty! #talklikeapirate...
In recognition of the Scottish independence referendum on 18 September 2014, we're sharing the 10 most globally popular works from the Scottish presence in the published record. #Scotland #indyref #wtworldcat
Check out this #wtworldcat list of top steampunk pirate novels in preparation for #talklikeapirateday this Friday, 19 September 2014.
Application deadline for OCLC/ALISE Library & Information Science Research Grant Program extended to 22 September 2014
Awards of up to $15,000 are available to full-time academic faculty in schools of library and information science or related fields.
15 July 2014
This webinar demonstrates how the Evaluating Digital Services infoKit can be used to evaluate online behaviors and to address various ways of evaluating user engagement. #vandr